Philip Clarke, the boss of Tesco, is fast turning into retailing's answer to Lib Dem leader Nick Clegg.
A fleet of giant cargo ships, up to almost a quarter of a mile long and wider than a motorway, are to crisscross the world's oceans without a captain or crew on board.
Walmart workers and supporters in the trade union movement say they intend to stage a new series of protests over wages and conditions at America's largest private employer, in which they will target the firm's family-friendly ethic ahead of its annual shareholders meeting next week.
Amazon has advised readers to buy from other retailers after breaking its silence over a high-profile dispute with the publisher Hachette, which has drawn in the British authors Ian Rankin and JK Rowling.
Britain's growing army of self-employed workers are typically worse off than employees but enjoy greater job satisfaction, according to a report today.
Britain's Serious Fraud Office has launched a formal criminal investigation into GlaxoSmithKline's sales practices, piling further pressure on the drugmaker which is already being investigated by Chinese authorities and elsewhere amid allegations of bribery.
Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou's plan to extend the easy brand into food retailing has received a setback after a London council rejected his easyFoodstore launch plans.
Hewlett-Packard's plans to cut up to 16,000 workers is a way of reducing inefficiencies that stem from years-old mergers and acquisitions, making the software giant "more efficient and effective," CEO Meg Whitman told CNBC on Friday.
Fat Face has scrapped plans to list its shares on the stock exchange, blaming market conditions.
Alcoa is experiencing the biggest transformation in the metals industry 'in 125 years' the chief executive tells CNBC.